|Jul 09, 2009, 08:29 PM|
I got the new Neu back yesterday and got a couple trim flights in, mostly working on knife edge trim and mixing.
The new Neu:
200 WATTs per lb.
finished with the color trim and waiting for the decals
Working on the finale correction to plans and parts for laser cutting.
I hope to have kit prices soon if any one is interested.
couple more photos
video when I get it trimmed out
|Jul 12, 2009, 09:14 PM|
The trim looks real nice. Looking forward to seeing some video of of it in the air.
I for one am excited to get a kit. It will be a great build project.
Hope the hip is healing well.
|Jul 16, 2009, 02:38 PM|
The decals are done and now I am working on the finale mixes and trimming.
Knife edge is very solid, I need work on hovering, blender/flat spin has too much down elevator, I will back it off a bit. still trying to find the sweet spot for harrior, some wing rock in the middle but goes away as it gets to higher alpha.
sorry no video yet
|Jul 18, 2009, 12:50 PM|
That really looks awesome. The decals turned out beautiful just as the rest of the plane did. You should be a very proud papa of the UNB12. Let us know when the kits will be available.
Looking to see some video soon.
|Aug 10, 2009, 06:35 PM|
And what's up with this double Dennis thing. You trying to confuse me?
|Aug 15, 2009, 06:10 PM|
Your Pitts looks amazing. I'm glad you are enjoying it. I know Kerry is looking forward to getting his. Oh, and there is always time for airplane play, Meredith knows that. I've got a keeper.
|Oct 14, 2009, 12:48 PM|
I am ready to sell a few Beta kits for the Pitts Python Unb12
They are laser cut and self aligening. All pieces are interlocking and it goes togeather like a jig saw puzzle.
Built on a flat building board the ribs have alignement tabs and jigs to keep the wings straight and square.
The fuslage sides,firewall top and landing gear plate are designed to insure a straight and square fuslage frame. the formers for the fuslage shape are added after the fuslage box is finished to provide shape.
The kit will include all lazer cut balsa and sheeting, T6 aluminum landing gear and cabanes.
You will need hardware, wing tubes, canopy,wheels,wheel pantsradio equipment and motor.
It is designed for electric but I can add a Motor box for a 189 glo engine.
This is a large model, nearly as large as some of the smaller 50cc size 3d models, the cowl is 9.75: in diamater
60" wing span
the proto type weighed 11.75lb with 9s 44oo Mah packs.
Wing loading is 19.69
Cubic loading is 6.37
I am useing a Neu 1515 1.5y with a 20x11 APC prop
The price of the Kits wil be $400.00+ shipping
I know that is Hig, but It is all cut in The US and I can not compete with the chinese.
If you are looking for a large biplane specifically designed for electric motors, you will be happy with this. It is light, has very little coupling, fly's knife edge almost as well as normal flight. And it does not look like every other plane at the field, Send me a Pm and we can talk more.
Here is some video
Do not expect to see any tail tapping or really on the deck stuff, I am not that good, and I just can't fly it like I stole it.
We are also just learning to shoot some video.
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